The success of students, the education system and the future of our communities depend on the learning that children receive in schools today.
Many workers who see their work as a spiritual calling wind up tolerating unfair treatment and poor work conditions.
Listening to voices of racialized students in French immersion matters for creating more inclusive schooling.
Mental health for teachers carries critical benefits for students.
Chronically underfunded classrooms with fewer supports to meet student needs is a core issue for Saskatchewan teachers.
Social robots can be useful tools to help students learn about programming, but here’s why they won’t be replacing classroom teachers anytime soon.
Year 9 teachers say students often drift off to ‘never-never land’. How can we do this tough but crucial year differently?
While teachers may appear to get more holidays than most other professions, the reality is they are not actually on holiday for all of this time.
Productive work in all other sectors of the economy relies on teachers.
New research suggests artificial intelligence can make professional development programs more accessible and effective.
A Senate inquiry has found Australian students need specific instruction in how to behave.
Take a few minutes out of your day and write something meaningful to thank your child’s teacher.
Our findings suggest that increasing teacher pay over their whole career would help.
Federal and state governments have launched a $10 million advertising campaign to encourage more people to consider a teaching career.
There are clear potential time saving benefits. But how these tools might affect the teaching profession more broadly needs to be considered.
Teachers use tougher language when describing the misbehavior of Black children, new research shows.
New research shows how collaboration between teachers is linked to greater job satisfaction.
With control over the Virginia Legislature at stake in the Nov. 7 election, the historic battle over what is taught in public schools remains a priority for both Democrats and Republicans.
A report from the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission outlines government and school responsibilities for educating students with disabilities and calls for changes in reading instruction.
Australia’s teachers are predominantly Australian-born, female, and non-Indigenous. Most hail from middle-class backgrounds with urban upbringings, and are less likely to have disabilities.